Data Usage Issue

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My Data is finished Rapidly but I did not use that much data. How to solve this issue?
Anyways to compare the usage?

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    April 3, 2020 at 12:55 pm

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    Network Provider Ends : You can use the My-Dialog Application to see the data usage.You can see detailed usage statistic as per this screen.

    You can use this link to download the My-Dialog application.

    Link : https://www.dialog.lk/mydialog-app

    Video Guide : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iLmGF0nwfQ
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    April 3, 2020 at 12:59 pm

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    There are 3rd party application to monitor your usage on your devices :

    Glasswire Aplication :

    1.Keep track of your data usage on your PC or mobile phone and get alerted before going over data limits.
    2.Go back in time with GlassWire's network time machine to see what your PC was doing while you were away.
    3.Get alerted every time a new app accesses the network, and block it if necessary.
    4.See detailed network usage statistics broken down by IP/Host, app, network traffic types, and more.

    Here is a link to download this application : https://www.glasswire.com

    There are other 3rd part applications available to monitor your usage.
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    April 3, 2020 at 1:02 pm

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    There are a couple of things you can do, the safest (but perhaps not most convenient) would be to perform isolation tests.

    Take all devices off the home internet and then only allow once device to use the internet for a couple of days before adding another.

    This should help you to identify which is causing the usage, however I appreciate this may be impractical.

    If you do decide to do the above I strongly suggest attempting to isolate any new devices first, like your son's as he just moved in, or other computers/devices that are using new programs or apps.

    Another option is to install usage monitoring software that allows you to breakdown the outgoing traffic by program,
    which should help identify the source.

    I cannot recommend a particular one here but I do suggest that you ensure that it is sourced from a reputable site or business to ensure no issues arise from its use.

    Finally, most computer techs are able to help you go through and identify possible causes of usage but likely you will need to pay a fee for this kind of service.
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